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Pope to hold talks over economic crisis

13 February 2014 | by Isabel de Bertodano | Comments: 0

Argentina

Pope Francis is reportedly preparing to convene crisis talks between representatives of the Argentine president, union bosses and business leaders, as the country slides into financial turmoil.The meeting, which would be held at the Vatican, would involve the country’s Minister of Labour, Carlos Tomada, as well as the ­president of the powerful Argentine Industrial Union, among others, according to La Nacion newspaper. The Pope is understood to be deeply concerned about the situation in Argentina, where inflation is perilously high, the peso has ­devalued sharply and the Government appears to be uncertain what to do. Some commentators have compared the current situation to the months leading up to the financial collapse of 2002, which brought the country to its knees. Source ....... ....... ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

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